Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Raisin the Bar
Another Nail Polish Swatch! I went to rite aid recently and they had a great sale on Sally Hansen. I do like sally hansen a lot but I’m picky about which polishes in the line I purchase. I am picky about buying only colors that are unique and also am picky about the formula. I need something that won’t chip or else I’ll end up doing my nails every day as I always have polish on. The slideshow below show’s my manicure with Sally Hansen’s complete salon manicure formula in ‘raisin the bar’. It’s a pretty dusty rose. If you’re wondering what’s on my index finger, it’s Sally Hansen’s Crackle polish in ‘distressed denim’. This isn’t a review of the crackle, but I will say that I’m impressed with the sally hansen crackle line. It’s especially good if you’re looking for a budget friendly crackle polish.
So, for the formula…. Sally hansen claims that the complete salon manicure is an all in one – base coat, top coat, color, strengthener, etc…. I wouldn’t advise using it without at top coat, but I will say that all this combined makes it a good drugstore formula. I would compare this formula to that of OPI as far as the way it feels. The brush included is very flat and wide, so though some may find that awkward, I like it. I feel it makes it easier to apply the polish in very few strokes. The dry time isn’t ‘insta-dri’ fast but it doesn’t take forever like OPI can. I would say that I really am impressed with the formula and have repurchased them since my first experience with them. Also, the color selection is very good; there are many trendy colors and they often release a line of limited edition colors every so often (this color is permanent). Overall, I would definately reccomend it.
Posted on July 1, 2011, in Nail Polish, Reviews and tagged complete, crackle, distressed denim, hansen, manicure, nail, polish, raisin the bar, review, sally, salon, swatch. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.